eBay Scavenger

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Silver end tables. Bidding starts at $289; shipping for the pair is a low $50. These tables would add elegance to an Art Deco or neoclassical living room.
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Thirties metal Orange Crush sign. Contemporary kitchens, which are all about stainless steel these days, practically cry out for infusions of color. This pristine vintage sign would make a great accent piece paired with an orange Francis Francis! espresso maker.
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Machine age chrome task lamp.This sturdy, stylish piece must have had an interesting former life in a professor’s dusty office or a chemistry lab. Bidding starts at $23.50
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Glam Forties stools. Sellers SleekRepeat and mad4milo are eBay’s early adopters: Both find vintage furniture with great lines and restore it to life with new upholstery. It’s a clever business model, and one we expect to become more popular with time. These stools look like props from Kim Basinger’s boudoir in “Hollywood Confidential.”
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John Wimberley special-edition print. This dreamlike image is a custom, archival gelatin/silver print. The price, $295, is surprisingly reasonable; Wimberley’s work sells for much more in galleries.
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Barbara Barry for Baker Furniture dining table. Where else but eBay can you buy a table whose retail price is $9,646 for less than $500? This is a graceful, mahogany Art Deco table. Even when you tack on freight shipping, this table is a bargain.
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